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I like either of those. If you want more ideas though...
Poll: I like Lulu or Luli.
I like Lulu or Luli.
June 25th, 2014, 11:59 PM
They're all sort of epically masculine, yet sensitive.
Kellen is awesome. I like Hudson with it, but Hudson Huffer kind of grates on my ears. Have you been considering anything else?
Ugh. Parents were trying to be sensitive and passionate and special, but they just come across as flaky. I feel bad for the kid.
I love Emily. Emily is a good friend, she could be girly or a jock, she could be anyone really. In a way the commonness is nice, that it doesn't confer any specific impressions the way something...
If you like Hawaiian and A names, how about Alana?
Yochanan David (already agreed on w/ DH)
Elitzur <something> (would probably be a family name)
I don't you'd get good responses. Seamus would work though. That's the Irish spelling (as opposed to Seumas which is Scottish) but all of those names are derived from James.
Piper. I think it's really cute and fun, but Luella is clunky and hick-ish.
As a name, Eh-MOO-nah. In Israel you might get Eh-moo-NAH.
June 13th, 2014, 12:39 PM
Miller is so completely a last name to me (I know multiple unrelated families) that I can't get into it as a first name. Asher goes nicely with Remy even if it is becoming more common now.
I happen to love Jocelyn, but if it's not working for you, that's ok!
June 13th, 2014, 09:13 AM
Technically it can, but it's sort of brief. Plenty of little Olivia's will be nn Liv, I think people will probably end up assuming that your Liv is the same.
I love the symmetry of Griffin and...
The Hebrew word for faith is Emuna, and it is used as a feminine given name.
Emmanuelle/Emmanuel doesn't mean faith, it means "God is with us." A relevant idea, but not a translation.
June 10th, 2014, 09:18 AM
I know two people named Dania pronounced the way you describe.
June 10th, 2014, 09:17 AM
I love Adelyn and Katelyn (although I like Caitlin too).
June 8th, 2014, 05:00 PM
Finola (anglicized spelling of Fionnuala)
Grania (ditto for Grainne)
Shannon (ditto for Sionan)
Italian names that don't end in -a:
Honestly, I don't like it. It's too whimsical and random, the kind of name that you love passionately for a little while but at some point in the future you'll wonder what you were thinking. The...
Artemis is definitely wearable! It's uncommon without being totally unfamiliar, and very pronounceable too. It also strikes a good balance between spunk and femininity. I really like it!
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